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Old September 25th, 2009, 10:16 PM
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Question Is Sena losing it?

Hmm... Shiv Sena .... coming elections .... hmmm ...

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Is Sena losing it?
By: Somita Pal Date: 2009-09-23 Place: Mumbai

With corporators showing signs of leaving if they are denied tickets in the Assembly polls, the party may lose its hold on the BMC

The Shiv Sena clearly is not the party it used to be. The only place where it holds power the BMC may be lost too with party corporators showing signs of rebellion if they are denied tickets to contest the October Assembly polls.

"There is hardly any difference in the number of corporators of ruling Shiv Sena-BJP combine and the Opposition in the BMC.

Shiv Sena corporators aspiring to be candidates for the Assembly elections know well that the party cannot take any action against them because if they leave the party, the difference between Sena and the Opposition numbers in the BMC will fall," said a BMC observer.

The Sena has a strength of 114 corporators in the BMC, while the Opposition has 104 corporators.

Why the worry?

The first casualty for the Shiv Sena was Kshitija Pujary, the corporator from Kandivli who joined the MNS last week for better prospects.

"Shashikant Patkar, a Shiv Sena corporator from Vile Parle, also wants to contest, but he does not have much experience.

As does Rahul Shewale, corporator from Trombay. The party is in a fix on what to do, as neither of them are strong candidates," said a party source.

There are rumours that Patkar could leave the party if he's not allowed to contest.

With Pujary leaving the party and two corporators stuck with caste certificate problems, the Sena's ruling party strength is already down to 111.

If some corporators decide to leave, the Shiv Sena-BJP may lose their majority in the BMC.

This situation may affect the Mayor's election too. "It will be held in two months and the fewer numbers of the Shiv Sena will definitely affect the election," added the source.

The Other Side

Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut refused to comment on this issue. Corporators Shashikant Patkar and Rahul Shewale refused to speak on the subject.

In Numbers

As per the electoral understanding reached between the two NDA partners, the Shiv Sena will contest 169 seats and the BJP 119 in the 288-member state Assembly.

In its first list of candidates, the Sena retained 37 sitting MLAs and put up 60 new faces.

In 2007

Written off by pollsters after splits effected by Narayan Rane and Raj Thackeray and the routs in successive Assembly bye-elections, the Shiv Sena-BJP combine retained the BMC for a second term in February 2007.

The Shiv Sena-BJP combine secured 111 seats, three short of majority in the 227-member civic body.

The Congress-NCP combine finished second, bagging 85 seats.

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Old September 26th, 2009, 05:41 AM
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I would say , Yes. Congress-NCP will win due to the image presented by the cadres of Sena and infighting.BJP is going to suffer a lot due to the association with Sena .

I however have some hope from Uddhav Thakre not to fall into the game of that bandicoot Raj's competitive Marahi manus politics. He needs to project the image of taking on Congress-NCP on Good governance and need to bring folks like Suresh Prabhu more into campaign.I hope he can control his cadres and bring them to understand that negative campaign, like the BJP's in last General elections , will not work.
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Re: Is Sena losing it?

sada sarvankar 3 time mla from dadar has ben stide tracked to give the ticket to well known mofo cum ass cloown Adesh Bandekar who runs a famous pancy show on Marathi Channel where he goes various middle class mumbai maharashtrian houses and asks some idiotic questions to them ,which they answer for a Paithani...(home Minister )



Shiv Sena is losing it,Sada Sarvankar revolts..joins congress ,gets a ticket ,thanks to naarya rane..and the congressis who expected a ticket are now pissed and quit congress for this injustice..so its fun actually to see these mofos jumping from one block to another..
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Re: Is Sena losing it?

Sada Sarvankar had won in place of Chagan Bhujbal when Chagan betrayed Sena and joined Congress. Sada wa a nobody who became a somebody due to Sena.

Now I agree that an incumbent should not be dismissed just like that but if they are to bring in a new face then they should have let this Bandekar fellow first contest in Municipal elections.
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Sada Sarvankar had won in place of Chagan Bhujbal when Chagan betrayed Sena and joined Congress. Sada wa a nobody who became a somebody due to Sena.
Are you talking about Bala Nandgaokar who defeated Changya from Mazgaon ? If yes then he has already left SS and joined MNS long time ago.
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Are you talking about Bala Nandgaokar who defeated Changya from Mazgaon ? If yes then he has already left SS and joined MNS long time ago.
yes its bala nandgaonkar who defeated lakhoba in mazgaon..but sada sarwankar is a well known pain in ass in dadar area..known for competing with raj for redevlopment of old buildings..bandekar is a chewtiya..if you see his antic on youtube you guys would laugh..his personality..the way he talks..he thinks he is funny..but he needs a hot rod shoved up his ass
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Are you talking about Bala Nandgaokar who defeated Changya from Mazgaon ? If yes then he has already left SS and joined MNS long time ago.
oops yes... Bala Nandgaonkar... Oh I remember Sada Saravankar now... Sorry for early morning confusion
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Re: Is Sena losing it?

I think it's an organizatioal failure, rather tha Thakre's. He could have built a formidable force, but he didn't (or failed).
You just can't keep putting your family members in leadership positions when they are clearly not qualified to do the job.
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